A better copy than the one already on this site. Joe E. Brown in an old-fashioned comedy. You can load the mpeg2 file into DVDAuthorGUI (a free program) and create a DVD to watch on your television. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Joe E. Brown, comedy
Dustin Willoughby (Joe E. Brown) a prizefighter and a strong believer in horoscopes/astrology wins only when his astrological signs are just right, a talent he also uses to pick winning horses. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Comedy, Romance, Joe E. Brown, Marian Marsh
As of 12/27/11 this is the only complete print at IA. The other versions are missing ten significant minutes. Hapless reporter Joe E. Brown falls for reluctant princess Helen Mack. Romance, adventure and slapstick ensue. Paul Kelly, Harry Davenport and Halliwell Hobbes appear in supporting roles. Directed by Edward Sedgwick. Released in 1937. complete print Topics: comedies, slapstick, romance, Joe E Brown, Helen Mack
A show troupe, led by Dan Dixon (Joe E Brown) and traveling in a trailer, is stranded in Paraguay. Dan is all set to be booked in the theatres controlled by Don Luis Garcia until the latter discovers Dan is the man who caused him much trouble in a muddy incident on the highway. Things go from bad to badder when local bandito Sancho Ramirez (Leo Carrillo) falls in love with one of the show girls, Charlita (Steffi Duna). Also stars Beverly Roberts Directed by Frank McDonald. Released in 1938.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: actors, comedies, Joe E Brown, Leo Carrillo, Beverly Roberts
This version has better video quality, smaller download files and the correct aspect ratio. Joe E Brown as the world's worst tractor salesman comes up against Guy Kibbee as the world's most sales-resistant customer. June Travis as Guy Kibbee's daughter tries to help out. Dick Foran and Carol Hughes are interested bystanders. Directed by Raymomd Enright. Released in 1936. Complete print. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Joe E Brown, Guy Kibbee, June Travis, Dick Foran, Carol Hughes, comedy films, comedies
Price, Lorre, Karloff, Rathbone and Joe E Brown in a horror movie spoof. If the comedy doesn't always work as well as it should, it's still a lot of fun seeing these screen legends playing against each other. CAST NOTE: The cat Rhubarb listed in the opening and closing credits isn't the Rhubarb in the feline baseball comedy "Rhubarb." To be the same he would have to have been the Methuselah of cats. Topics: movie trailers, comedies, spoofs, horror spoofs, Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Basil...
"SHOW BOAT" or "Mississippi-Melodie" (German language title) is a 1951 American musical romantic drama film based on the same-name stage musical by Jerome Kern (music) and Oscar Hammerstein II (script and lyrics), and the 1926 novel by Edna Ferber. This 1951 film version was directed by George Sidney. Filmed previously in 1929 and in 1936, such third adaptation of "Show Boat " was shot in Technicolor in the typical MGM lavish style. The movie stars Kathryn Grayson,... Topics: George Sidney, John Lee Mahin, Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner, Howard Keel, Marge Champion, Joe E....